Employers conduct employee evaluations for many purposes. The most common purpose is to review and assess the performance of individual employees. In many companies, employers evaluate their staff on a regular basis. The most common schedule is for companies to evaluate employee performance every year. This is part two of a two-part series, continued from last month’s newsletter.
According to each employee’s date of employment, most companies perform these evaluations at the end of the year. For instance, if you join the organization in March the previous year, the employer might assess your performance in March this year. Companies also offer raises based on their performance after employee evaluations.
Employee Evaluation Form
Organizations should ensure that they perform employee evaluation fairly and objectively to protect the employees’ rights. The best way to keep every detail of the employees in place is through an evaluation form. The form includes different sections for skills and knowledge, quality and quantity of work, attitude and working habits, etc.
Guideline for Feedback
Feedbacks on evaluation are essential. Employees should know how they can improve and where they lack. This step focuses on improving employees’ performance. Employers and managers should receive complete feedback from the employee evaluation team.
The employee evaluation team should follow a schedule and conduct meetings with the staff on time. Moreover, they should also keep previous evaluation forms alongside to compare the difference in the performance.
Employee evaluation should be an essential element in any organization. Proper implementation can lead to growth in the performance of teams and the organization. This technique works as accountability and fairness for all the employees.
If you missed it read part one of Purpose and Process.